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Jocko is the man

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Reviewed: 16-06-2020

As a manager, I believe strongly in hands off management. Great stuff
Love your work Jocko.

Great book. Will read again

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Reviewed: 13-02-2019

Brilliant book. Excellent narration, all the concepts clearly explained. Schema therapy and Act therapy easy to understand.

Cheater apologist.

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Reviewed: 10-02-2019

Cheating will not save your marriage, it will implode it in spectacular fashion and likely cause a lot of collateral damage in the process. The reality is that cheating is a nasty, hurtful, abusive act. And dressing it up in flowery language does not change that.  She argues that denying your mate sex is much worse than going out endangering their lives and gaslighting them, denying them a true understanding of their reality.


Esther Perel has no qualifications outside an art therapy degree. She calls herself a psychotherapist which anyone can label themselves with. it's not a real title.

There does seem to be some good advice in the book and some interesting ideas but her stance on affairs gives a free pass to anyone who has or wants to engage in one.

If you're not happy in a relationship fix it or leave.

Brad

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